Spaces: Camouflage House: Green Lake, WN

. Monday, June 8, 2009

By Johnson Smailing Architects:

"The Camouflage House sits on a steep lake bluff, its narrow, linear volume nestled into the hillside. Approaching the house from the rugged access road weaving through the site’s heavily wooded plateau, the building’s faint, low-slung silhouette virtually disappears in the surrounding vegetation. With its simple plan, restraint use of materials, and precise detailing, the house achieves an elegant clarity and a rustic warmth that nevertheless avoids bucolic sentimentality."

Subtly accented with a Charlotte Perriand/ Le Corbusier /Pierre Jeanneret Chaise, Eileen Gray Table, and Marcel Breuer Wassily Chairs.

Via Contemporist, via Obsessilicious


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Nikyta said...

The simplicity is amazingly beautiful.

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